Photos: Inside LeBron James’ New $37 Milion Mansion
October 1, 2020
Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James is trying to win a title with the team, but that didn’t stop him from purchasing a new home in LA. The king of basketball has found enough time to close a deal on his $36.75 mansion located in the Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood.
The mansion covers 2.5 acres, and it has earned a special place in Hollywood history. The estate of the late “The Young and The Restless” star Lee Phillip Bell sold the mansion to LeBron. Charles Boyer built the Mediterranean-style mansion in the 1930s. Director Howard Hughes bought it later.
Katharine Hepburn leased the mansion from Hughes during the Hollywood’s Golden Age. There’s a 9,100-square-foot main home, two guesthouses, a pool and a pool house, a screening house and palm-lined motor court that’s connected to one of the longest driveways in the big city.
LeBron James’ new mansion is insane
The indoor-outdoor living room is connected with the amazing outdoor grounds. The skylight provides natural light, and LeBron will definitely enjoy the view of the entire city. His new home has large windows and this only makes the whole thing better. The large windows also provide a glance at the grounds and the courtyard with the fountain.
Bell bought the mansion in 1986, and lived there until his death. The mansion was put up for sale for $39 million for the first time in more than 30 years in April. LeBron has been negotiating the purchase since July. Hilton & Hyland’s Richard Hilton and Jeff Hyland were in charge of the listing.
LeBron is the greatest basketball player of all time. He has been part of three different franchises, and NBA fans have been watching him play in the NBA for 17 years. LeBron has three titles in his pocket and is also a four-time MVP and 16-time All-Star player. The Los Angeles Lakers signed him in 2018 and he missed the playoffs in the first season with the team. But, LeBron’s second season with the Lakers has been really successful and he is expected to win a title.
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.